In light of the mysteries of COVID-19, we have decided to cancel our 2020 season.

We are so sad to not be spending this critical time dreaming new worlds with you. But we will be here, quarantining together, learning how to take better care of this mountain and each other. Once we are sure it is safe for folks to gather again, we will fling open our doors for 2 weeks of wild experimentation- and we really hope you’ll be able to join us.

It is such a strange time, and we aren’t sure how to respond in full.

The Cabbage School thrives on embodied participation and robust circulation, to not be able to share this place with you during a time of loneliness and uncertainty is hard for us. Know that we are strengthening our collective resilience and intend to be here as a resource through the changing times, and when we know how to re-emerge- we’ll be doing so with our usual strange gusto and wiley ways.

 The Cabbage School convenes for the creation of a
resilient and dynamic community and a functional model
for learning. This is a space to remember and rebuild new
ways of being on this planet while celebrating failure and
prioritizing joy.

 

 

two week shack models
Photo by Brett Wyatt

We seek to bring together walks of life previously unconnected to gather outside of a deeply institutionalized framework; a place where individuals can shape their respective work and root it in something meaningful and shared. We are inspired by the rural craft school, which can empower the surrounding community while engaging school residents in local projects– contextualizing the learning environment within the anatomy of place.

The Cabbage School has space in its imagination for all of us, for all of our ideas, large or small, for the possibility of connecting seemingly disparate concepts, for us to carve spoons then eat with them, weave cloth and wipe our faces in it, to pose questions far more than we ever find the answers.

The Cabbage School is a rigorous skill based fool school.